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The Sports Archives – The Road to the BCS Championship game!
When: Jan 6th, 2014 at 8:30pm ET Where: Rose Bowl – Pasadena, CA Broadcast: ESPN / Musburger and Herbstreit with the call In Person: BCS Championship Tickets Unlike last year’s BCS Championship game, this one will be a thrilling game … Continue reading
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The Sports Archives – Top 10 Best College Football Schools!
College football, it can get to be some very serious business for some schools, especially if the schools use profits from athletics to help fund the other departments. The better the football teams, the more money from tickets, but also … Continue reading
Posted in College Football Tagged American Football, college football, college football blogs, colleges, football, football schools, Heisman Trophy, LSU Tigers, Nick Saban, Ohio State University, schools, Smokey the Cannon, sports, sports and recreation, Sports Archives, Sports Blogs, Texas A&M, top 10, University of Alabama, University of Florida, University of Georgia, University of Michigan, University of Nebraska, University of Notre Dame, University of Texas 5 Comments
The Sports Archives – The Coolest Trophy Designs In Sports!
Trophies in sports provide validation of a job well done. Whether it’s an individual or team award, the trophy is the tall, heavy, shiny light at the end of the season-long tunnel. They are displayed in stadiums for fans to … Continue reading
The Sports Archives – ESPN For Ultimate Sports Lovers!
First we should start out defining exactly what the letters stand for then we can follow a true sports lover in his quest for divulging how this network has evolved into a pastime. Entertainment and Sports Programming Network provides sports … Continue reading
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The Sports Archives – Will The Oakland Raiders Ever Have A Great Quarterback Again?
A Look Back At Their Top Three Legends! While fans of the Oakland Raiders remain loyal through thick and thin, many have been expressing extreme frustration with another disappointing season; 2012 somehow seems infinitely worse than even the last few. … Continue reading
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The Sports Archives – The Top 5 Football Movies in the Past 20 Years!
The Top 5 Football Movies in the Past 20 Years Baseball might be America’s pastime, but football is its passion. There’s just something about those crisp fall Sundays paired some chicken wings, cold beers, buddies, and the game that make … Continue reading
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The Sports Archives – NFL Champions’ Secret to Success!
At the NFL level, everyone has talent and athletic ability but to rise above and be successful takes a little bit more. Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots know what it takes to be NFL champions. They’ve won three … Continue reading
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The Sports Archives – Sports in Ohio: A History!
Ohio is possibly the best state for sports in the entire country. Unfortunately, the success of professional sports teams in Ohio has been limited. There has been a lot of false hope and heartbreak. The good news is that regardless … Continue reading
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The Sports Archives – The Storied History of Denver Bronco’s Quarterbacks!
The Denver Broncos have had an interesting mix of quarterbacks over the years. What makes them so special? Check out these interesting tidbits. Frank Tripucka The first Denver quarterback was actually an assistant coach on the team and when injuries … Continue reading
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The Sports Archives – Tebow Time Gets Off to a Wild Start!
Three quarters of the way through the much-anticipated debut of Tim Tebow as the starting quarterback for the 2011 Denver Broncos many fans were wondering if they were backing the right horse. Heisman Trophy winner and number 1 draft pick … Continue reading